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Wii U online network will be free

Online multiplayer gaming will remain free on the Wii U, says Nintendo. The new Nintendo Network will be free of charge for all players and users.

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Wii U getting achievements, cloud storage, social networking

The Wii U will be getting achievements, cloud storage, social networking, avatars, and much more, according to a developer Wii U Daily spoke to. The source, working at a European development house with several Wii U projects in the pipeline, says Nintendo will unveil many of the new Nintendo Network features at E3 next week. …

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Nintendo to offer Wii U cloud storage for save games and player profiles

Nintendo will be adding a Wii U cloud storage feature for the new console sometime in 2013, according to a source. Following the trend of cloud storage, Nintendo is said to be working on a cloud storage solution for the Wii U via the new Nintendo Network. The new cloud storage option would give 512 …

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Wii U games to be available as digital downloads at launch

Nintendo will offer Wii U games as digital downloads at launch, the company has revealed. And it won’t be just small game downloads and indie titles, but full retail games as they are released. This is something quite new for Nintendo, and it will coincide with the launch of the new Nintendo Network online service. …

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Nintendo expects Wii U sales to hit 5 million by March 2013

Nintendo expects Wii U sales to reach 5 million by March 2013, Wii U Daily can confirm. Nintendo released a financial report today which includes forecasts on future home console sales. However, the sales forecast also includes the new Wii U console. The company predicts that in the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from April …

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Wii U getting user accounts, Friend Codes be gone

Finally, it appears that Nintendo have come to their senses: the company revealed a new user account feature for the 3DS and Wii U called Nintendo Network, where instead of the current and awfully implemented “friend code” system, gamers will have a service similar to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Some of the new features …